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Themed collection The language and the teaching and learning of chemistry

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Language and the teaching and learning of chemistry

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Analysing symbolic expressions in secondary school chemistry: their functions and implications for pedagogy

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General chemistry students' conceptual understanding and language fluency: acid–base neutralization and conductometry

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The role of gestures in a teacher–student-discourse about atoms

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Exploring the mastery of French students in using basic notions of the language of chemistry

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Disciplinary literacy instructions on writing scientific explanations: a case study from a chemistry classroom in an all-girls school

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Investigating students' engagement in epistemic and narrative practices of chemistry in the context of a story on gas behavior

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The effect of instructional method on teaching assistants' classroom discourse

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Understanding of words and symbols by chemistry university students in Croatia

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Crossword puzzles for chemistry education: learning goals beyond vocabulary

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Language aspects of engineering students' view of entropy

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Write on the edge: using a chemistry corpus to develop academic writing skills resources for undergraduate chemists

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Appropriating scientific vocabulary in chemistry laboratories: a multiple case study of four community college students with diverse ethno-linguistic backgrounds

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Talking through the problems: a study of discourse in peer-led small groups

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Guest Edited by Silvija Markic and Peter E Childs, the 2016 themed issue explores ‘The language and the teaching and learning of chemistry’

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